man's traditional black silk haori jacket with hand painted
landscape motif (#H-172 ), Antique, 1930's
HAORI is mid-length loose jacket that serve as a
coat to be worn over a kimono. Haori are traditional Japanese
clothes which were worn by men as a component of the formal
attire. All kimono jackets are hand sewn and "one of a kind".
Haori can be used as a garment or an unique interior decor
to brighten up the corner of your home.
This is Japanese pre WWII man's formal black silk
kimono jacket HAORI with silk lining woven with samurai
hutting scene and with five samurai family mon
or crest. You can see two samurai on horsebacks with bows
in there hands, they chasing a musk deer near Mt.
Excellent condition with no damage inside and out.
SOLD, THANK YOU!
Express mail (EMS) delivery fee from Japan to USA, Canada,
Australia - US$ 38.00 to UK and Europe - US$ 42.00
- material: heavy double silk
- color: black
- length: 102 cm / 40,15"
- sleeve end to sleeve end 128 cm / 50,39"
- back wide: 65 cm / 25,5"
- condition: excellent according to age
* Here you can choose traditional
Japanese obi sash belt for kimono,
yukata and hakama
** Here you can choose Japanese traditional samurai and
traveler's straw shoes waraji